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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for June 10, 2007

Breaking News/Updates
 •  Wallach's son leads Fullerton by UCLA, into CWS
 •  Gordon plays, prays for rain, gets it to win Pocono 500
 •  U.S. Olympic team to gather in San Jose before Beijing
 •  Nomar hosts a family-style party at Dodger Stadium
 •  Hawaiian Canoe Club posts win
 •  UC Irvine tops Wichita St., earns first World Series trip
 •  Giants extend scoreless streak to 21 innings in loss
 •  Nuggets G J.R. Smith remains hospitalized after crash
 •  Pettersen atones for her meltdown with LPGA win
 •  Austin shoots 62, wins third PGA title
 •  Danica finishes career-best third
 •  Wahiawa man dies in motorcycle crash near Schofield
 •  Condition of man shot in Waianae upgraded to guarded
 •  Hamilton wins Canadian GP with landmark victory
 •  Duke lacrosse DA heads into ethics trial
 •  Agent: Beckham sticking to Galaxy deal
 •  Tomorrow's major-league probable pitchers
 •  Manchester United wants to sign Argentine star Tevez
 •  Pierzynski serves one-game suspension
 •  Police searching for suspect in Wai'anae shooting
 •  Shooting reported at Pililaau Park in Wai'anae
 •  Surf lessons from 'Girls Who Surf' available July 1
 •  Column: Vikes hope Culpepper doesn't land in division
 •  Victorious ex-boxer Morrison booed in MMA debut
 •  Today's major-league probable pitchers
 •  On the air tomorrow: NCAA Super Regional baseball
 •  On the air today: NBA Finals Game 2, golf, tennis
 •  Motorcyclist critically injured in Wahiawa crash
 •  Hawaii pact with Indonesia to bolster disaster readiness
 •  Visitor killed in head-on collision in Kihei
 •  Accident causes North Shore outage
 •  New yokozuna Hakuho wins Grand Sumo Tournament
 •  A's bring up former Baldwin player Suzuki
 •  Man caught cutting aluminum bleachers
 •  Wilson finishes 5th, pockets $228,000
 •  Police nab burglary suspect in building
 •  Two boys arrested after shots fired
 •  Ala Wai School graduates get special gift
 •  Man charged with abusing woman
 •  Man charged with burglary, attempted sex assault
 •  Man, 18, accused of robbing two boys
 •  Wie finishes last in LPGA by 10 shots, earns $3,273
 •  Old pro wrestling photos to be displayed
 •  Youth arrested in park brushfire probe
 •  Arson suspected in Kalihi apartment fire
 •  Wastewater project bypass system activated
 •  Fugitive captured after traffic stop
 •  Wai'anae shooting followed by two arrests
 •  Argument ends in stabbing at 'A'ala Park
 •  Motorcyclist killed in Wahiawa identified
 •  Boy stabbed at Windward Shopping Center
 •  Teen injured at Kahuku motocross park
 •  Man injured in traffic accident at H-1, King Street exit
 •  Free hepatitis testing to be offered at Kapiolani Park
 •  Robot exhibit on display now at Pearlridge
 •  Three missing foster children found last week
 •  Salt-Lake Library to hold free magic show on Tuesday
 •  New episode of 'Hawaii island's Most Wanted' airs today
 •  Earthquake rattles portions of Indonesia
 •  Kaua'i Kamehameha Day Parade to be held June 16
 •  Dinner, dance set to mark Philippine Independence
 •  Tennis star to miss exhibition because of dog bite
 •  More sun than rain expected over the next few days
 •  South shore surf expected to hang around, grow a bit
 •  Maui teenager gets 10 years for carjacking, kidnapping
 •  Spurs toy with Cavaliers to take 2-0 NBA Finals lead
 •  Nadal is king of clay, beats Federer in French final

Local News
 •  Affordable housing
 •  Local heroes rescue driver, toddler Photo gallery
 •  Governor hoping to tap Indonesia as disaster ally
 •  Bachelor joins 'Home' brigade Video
 •  Obama a recruiting tool?
 •  Hawai'i getting $6M to improve airport security
 •  Lingle trip includes tight security
 •  Hickam-based airman killed by bomb in Iraq
 •  At-risk birds seen on Lana'i
 •  For the environment
 •  'Walking bus' gets to school on foot
 •  Big Island village awaits revitalization
 •  Salutes
 •  Information for volunteers
 •  Obituaries
 •  Aiona has to prove he can lead

 •  Six-team high school state football stays
 •  Asashoryu beats Hakuho in matchup of yokozuna Photo gallery Video
 •  Maui surfers rule the waves Photo gallery
 •  Wie last in LPGA after an 11-over-83
 •  Six-team high school state football stays
 •  School Athletic Awards
 •  All stars
 •  Prep notices
 •  Steady Scott opens 3-shot St. Jude lead
 •  Three teens chase one berth
 •  Ota to defend match-play title
 •  HPU basketball teams sign players
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record

Island Life
 •  Life of surf
 •  Play golf, walk the dog or take stairs to get exercised
 •  Finally, curtains for Tony Soprano?
 •  Bets are on for Tony Soprano's survival
 •  Much expected of strange-surfer-dude saga
 •  Surfing Fletchers consult on HBO series
 •  Cannes prize a boon for S. Korean films
 •  Animal companions
 •  Hawai'i best-sellers
 •  Lit Beat
 •  What I'm reading: Jason Scott Lee
 •  This plot unfolds, like a flower
 •  Novel uncannily captures 9/11
 •  In the mix
 •  Art calendar
 •  Oscar winner in Honolulu cast
 •  Living up to his name
 •  Mom of the week
 •  Around town
 •  Google shows how to add fun to office
 •  Check hazards, from kid's-eye view
 •  Mom turns gamer, and the table turns
 •  Eyes of loved ones are best mirrors of all
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Sunday
 •  Births
 •  Tryouts calendar

 •  Spreading aloha to visitors in trouble
 •  Alerting China to the urgency of climate change
 •  Filipinos still struggling despite booming economy
 •  Teens purpose-driven at mall
 •  Jeans feeling a little let down these days
 •  Hawai'i Status Report
 •  Las Vegas nightlife now at its hottest in broad daylight
 •  Richest 18% of U.S. households get 50% of income

 •  Let's keep focus on teacher shortage issue
 •  A new Cold War? Probably more like a cold spell
 •  U.S., China find 'transparency' slippery
 •  Bygone ways still at the heart of small-town America
 •  Government for all people of Hawai'i
 •  Outgoing teen board inspired with insight Video
 •  Additions keep Web site buzzing
 •  Letters to the Editor

 •  Finally, curtains for Tony Soprano?
 •  Bets are on for Tony Soprano's survival
 •  Much expected of strange-surfer-dude saga
 •  Surfing Fletchers consult on HBO series
 •  Cannes prize a boon for S. Korean films
 •  Oscar winner in Honolulu cast
 •  TGI Sunday

 •  Take a bite out of Japanese cuisine
 •  A guide to help you explore America's history on your own
 •  Frequent visitor offers up a crash course in Japanese cuisine
 •  Making the most of your dining experience
 •  Where to go, where to stay
 •  Let's go: Vegas
 •  Let's go: Hawai'i and the world
 •  Staying in Waikiki, condo-hotel style
 •  Holoholo
 •  Travel almanac
 •  Tower may poke hole in the sky
 •  Travel agencies play key role, even in Internet age

Photo galleries
 •  Kamehameha parade
 •  Ala Wai vehicle recovery
 •  Amateur surfing championships
 •  Sumo opening ceremonies